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Arun.exe, Autorun.ini, Install.exe In Shared Docs

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Highor

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hi,

the files arun.exe, autorun.ini, install.exe are coming in my shared docs
how can i block this virus?
and what is it doing?

thanks


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.Mack

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Ive got the same problem, please respond :}

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KJxp

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Hey! Hey! Somebody actually has caught on to this in the world! :yes:
I do netscans every once in a while, and 100% of the computers I can get into and access (read/write) their hard drives have got those things in them. They are viruses going around trying to spread. They come from other computers who actually have been infected, and the files just sit there waiting for you to run them. But, of course, DON'T!!!!
windll32.exe
update32.exe
nvsvc.exe
nvcplc32.exe
install.exe
fnksvc32.exe
fnesvc32.exe
fensvc32.exe
dmsvc32.exe
autorun.inf
mssqlXP16.exe
testfile
realsched.exe
serviceconnect.exe
arun.exe

To learn how to protect your shared folders, please go to this
article which explains the step-by-step process for each
operating system:
Removing Open Shares
http://www.lancaster.../openshares.htm

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Forgot to mention...

I think the SharedDocs in Windows XP is available read-only by default. If you don't have a firewall (or are behind a hardware router), then anybody in the world can read what's in that folder. You probably have it read/write for some reason. I've concluded that most of the computers with this condition were meant to be set up in a home network, where other people in the house can access the files. The owners just don't know that they are sharing with anybody!

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